The Signal-Man, by Charles Dickens; The Signal-Man Page 9
signal(2) [linux man page] - Unix The behavior of signal() varies across Unix versions, and has also varied historically across different versions of Linux. Avoid its use: use sigaction(2) instead. See Portability below. signal() sets the disposition of the signal signal(3) [freebsd man page] - Unix This signal() facility is a simplified interface to the more general sigaction(2) facility. Linux and UNIX Man Pages. signal(3) [freebsd man page] SIGNAL(3) BSD Library Functions Manual SIGNAL(3) NAME signal --simplified software signal facilities LIBRARY Standard C Library (libc, -lc) signal: overview of signals - Linux Man Pages (7) Read signal man page on Linux: $ man 7 signal. NAME. signal - overview of signals DESCRIPTION Linux supports both POSIX reliable signals (hereinafter "standard signals") and POSIX real-time signals. Signal dispositions Each signal has a current disposition, which determines how the process behaves when it is delivered the signal.
Themes in ''The Signal-Man'' Charles Dickens is best known for his novels and novella A Christmas Carol, which, like ''The Signal-Man,'' involves ghosts with warnings.However, ''The Signal-Man
signal() sets the disposition of the signal signum to handler, which is either SIG_IGN, SIG_DFL This page is part of release 5.07 of the Linux man-pages project. A description of the project, information about reporting bugs, and the latest version of this page, can be signal(2) [linux man page] - Unix
alarm(2) - Linux man page Name alarm - set an alarm clock for delivery of a signal Description alarm() arranges for a SIGALRM signal to be delivered to the calling process in seconds seconds. If seconds is zero, no new alarm() is scheduled. In any event any previously set alarm() is canceled. Return Value.
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